If the surf is flat it's a good time to hire a bangka from Pundaquit for a day of island- and beach-hopping (P1300 for up to four people).
Don't miss an ecotour with MAD Travel to meet the Aeta tribespeople and help reforest their lands. After the eruption of Mt Pinatubo in 1991, this area was covered with volcanic ash, making it nearly impossible to farm. The tour takes you to the village by ox-cart to meet the friendly families, who are thrilled to have help in their tree-planting efforts. Expect to be treated like family and be spoiled with delicious local cooking.
Camping is very popular on this coast and everything gets busy at weekends and on holidays.
There are a few very simple eating options, and many accommodations have kitchens for guest use.